90 Day Fiance star Larissa Christina Dos Santos Lima is reportedly seeking treatment for anxiety and depression she has allegedly been struggling with for over a year.

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Larissa mentioned her mental-health issues on Instagram earlier this week, saying she began her battle with depression and anxiety following her first arrest for domestic violence in July 2018 against her now ex-husband Colt Johnson, The Blast reported.

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Larissa reportedly revealed on Wednesday she had been desperate to find ways to numb her pain, even while filming 90 Day Fiance.

"I was devastated, emotionally exhausted, and my entire body ached from depression," Larissa wrote in a since-deleted Instagram post, according to The Blast.

"Sometimes, I was filmed while being on pain killers. I couldn't move, do basic activities, or take care of myself."

Larissa reportedly added conflict with Colt and her failing marriage didn't help her emotional or mental state.

"You all know how may marriage started, and how it ended in the worst of ways," Larissa reportedly said.

When one fan asked Larissa for clarification on whether she's seeking treatment for an addiction to pain medications, Larissa allegedly responded, "Pill addiction? I am not addicted, I am doing my treatment for depression and anxiety."

After starring on Season 6 of 90 Day Fiance with Colt, the former couple -- who got married on June 24, 2018, according to Clark County Clerk records obtained by Reality TV World -- appeared on 90 Day Fiance: Happily Ever After?.

Larissa would often lock herself in her bedroom or bathroom on Happily Ever After? and shut down communication with Colt, which could have been signs of her depression.

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Larissa, however, said she's now trying to be optimistic and move forward from her tumultuous history with Colt, whom she's now divorced from.

"I now see that my being [arrested] was a blessing, as l have the knowledge now to give back in a way that would not of been possible if it didn't happen to me," Larissa wrote, according to The Blast.

"I am so pleased to say, and so grateful, that the Discovery Group owner of TLC has offered me treatment through this difficult journey."

Following her first two arrests in 2018, Larissa was taken into custody a third time in January 2019 following an explosive argument with Colt in their former Las Vegas home that escalated into bloody injuries -- including a gash on Larissa's cheek and a cut on the inside of Colt's lip.

According to Larissa, the fight sparked when she allegedly found email receipts for pornographic videos Colt had allegedly purchased.

Larissa was charged with misdemeanor domestic battery, according to a criminal complaint obtained by TMZ.

The document, which was filed in Las Vegas, reportedly stated that Larissa "did willfully and unlawfully use force or violence against or upon the person of her spouse."

Hours after the incident, Colt filed for divorce from Larissa on January 11 to end their seven-month relationship.

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After Colt filed for divorce, Larissa later responded to the petition in February and requested Colt pay her $1,000 per month in spousal support.

On April 1, Colt's lawyer released a statement saying Colt and Larissa had reached a divorce agreement and it was in the process of being written up to be signed and submitted to the judge overseeing the case.

In late April, Larissa and Colt's divorce was finalized after a Nevada judge signed their agreement to make it official.

According to court documents of the divorce settlement obtained by TMZ, neither Colt or Larissa were required to pay spousal support to the other and there was no community property, income, assets or debt to split up between them.

In addition, Colt and Larissa reportedly agreed to not "slander, defame, disparage or communicate untruths" about each other in the press or on social media.

Larissa moved on from her relationship with Colt quickly and debuted her "handsome" new boyfriend, Eric Nichols, on social media in February 2019.

In May, Larissa accepted a deal to reduce her misdemeanor domestic violence charge down to a disorderly conduct charge in exchange for community service and a fine, E! News reported at the time.

Larissa was reportedly ordered by a judge to serve 48 hours of community service and pay a $345 fine.

Larissa's attorney Adam M. Vander Heyden said in a media statement obtained by E! News, "After consulting with her immigration attorney, this negotiation will not impede her ability to obtain citizenship," amid rumors the case would result in her being deported back to Brazil.

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